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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [By StjBMAitiNB Cable.] (PKOM OUB OWN OOnllESPONDEXTS.) VICTORIA. Melhoukne, Friday. Wheat is selling nt 8/6 a large parcel having changed hands at that figure yester day. ?Beports of nn alarming charnc tercontinue to arrlso from the country with respect to tho damage already caused and likely to result from the plague of locusts. The man Wilson who murdered his sweet heart In the Darling Gardens, Clifton. Hill, last Sunday, by nlmost cutting her head off with n nuor has been committed for wilful murdor. The Geolong Cup wns run to-day with the following results : — Tantallon 1, Tarcoola 2, 1'orcst King 8. latest ScratcWngs — Nowmnrket Handicap —Crack Shot, Giovani, St Andrew. Austra lian Cup— Little Bernie, Crock Shot. Tho Attorney-General has not yet decided whether ? Messrs. Dohcrty and Gourley shall be again prosecuted.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

TASIPNIJIN NEWS. I BY EliEOTKIO 1'ELEOltAl'n.J (PROM OUn OWNGOBBESPONDENT.) LAUNCESTOX. Friday Night. A requisition is being signed requesting tho Mayor (Mr. S. J. Button) to become n candidate nt tlio next general eleotlon for South Launoeston. It is likely that Mr. P. B. Dugan will contest the samo electorate. It is also generally understood thnt Mr. O. T. Collins, solicitor, will stnnd for North Launceston. A sculling match will take plaou on the Tainnr to-morrow, between U. A. Stephen son, of the Mersey, nud Young, of Ilobart, for £50 a side. Stephonson Is tho fnvourito nnd is said to bo in grand form. l'otatoos nro worth Irani £* to *!/?»/. per ton delivered iu Launceston. Mails for London via Melbourne per Il.M.S. Carthage close hero nt 1p.m. Latest Mining Quotations. — Comet, b 17/, s 18/0. Comet Extended, b £0/10, s £7. Godkin, b 18/.j ditto paid up, b 1B/I), s 16/. Silver Crown, b £83, s £80. Silver Queen, b £7, s £7/10. Mount Illsehoff, b £4i-. Sales, Mt. Zeehnu £0, Silver...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

?V- QUEEXSLAXIJ. Bbisvane, Friday. News from Thursday Island to hank by steamer from Hong Kong, states that the skip Shanghai wns destroyed by fire in Chinese waters, on December 25, and about 210 Chinese passongers were burnt and drowned. Dodds tho engraver who hns confessed to forging Foster's liquor labels, has been interviewed by nn 'Observer' roprcsentn tlvo. Ho states tho Brisbane Lithographic Company engaged him for live pounds per week, and handed him Foster's label to copy it exnctly. Dodds snys ho was ignorant of crime and performed tho tnsk. Somo time afterwards lie was given a £1 note to prepare a plate. Ho hesitated and asked a friend, ' who advised him to consult a solicitor. H then declined tn undertake the task. Shortly nftorwiirds, Booing a rowanl from Foster and Sons, ho related tho clroumstanccs. It has been ascertained that cmii'lous liquor hns been bnttcllcd by u well known linn uiiil retailed by interested hotclkocners. The shen lew at Logan Downs nave declined...

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MR. BRADLAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

. Jill. BRADLAUGH, Mr. Bnullnugh'B condition inhopolosinnd IiIh mcdfcnl attendants do not think ho enn survive hnothor dny.

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. THE SCOTCH RAILWAY STRIKE. LONDON, JAN, 30. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, ri)V SUUMAHINU GAHIiB.l fl'KIt llKIITEll'B AdRNnV.I THB SOOTOH RAILWAY STRIKE. ? , LONDON. Jan. 80. Tim imprisonment of a muubur of Into Scotch Hnllwny employes, for two mouths, for I riotous conduct recently, will, it is thought, help to ohccknny further outbrenk.

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MAIL NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

MAIL NOTICES ? Mails close at Bnrnlo for Lannccston, nt 9-15 a.m., and 5 p.m. j for Waratah, once ally, at 7-15 a.m. ; t or , Wynyard, twico dnily, at SI'.'iO p.m., mid 8 p.m. ; for Stanley once daily, at 8 p.m. Mails close at Wynyard for llurnie, Launceston, Hobart, and inter vening places, twice daily, at 8 a.m. and !i p.m. ; for Stniiley onco daily at 8 p.m. Mails eloso at Stanley for Wynyard, Dumic, Launecston, and Hobart, once daily, it 7 a.m. Mails close at Waratah for Burnie, lonce laily, at 1-lfl p.m. ; for Zeehan, Dundas, and llaccs en mute, thrico weekly, Tuesdays, Thursday's, nnd Saturdays at 12. The mail for Hobart closes at Burnie at 3'15 a.m. daily.

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LONDON, JAN. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

LONDON, JAN. 27. (AiUUtiimal to 1'rethin* TeharamtX A large number of British nmchlncry cxliibitB hnve been promised for the forth coming Lnunccston Exhibition. Canada nlso is likely to exhibit. Best Austmlinu tin for present delivery is quoted ut from £UU to £UU/1O per ton, nud for delivery in three mbntln nt JJttl/10 per tun. A pnrty of masked strikers took forcible possession of nu engine shed nt Strnthnven, n town in Lanarkshire, with n populiitlon cf nearly 1000. The strikers illtrcntcd the cm jiloyes, disabled the engines and the railway lino, mid then made good their escape. Tlio directors of the Cnlcdoniaii llnllwny Company have notified that they will not engage nny of the men who linvo been on strike, owing to tho lawless conduct of the strikers mid tho numerous acts of outrage committed by them. A serious (collision has occurred on the Kansas railway, United Stntcs. A train filled with cavalry returning f ram the scene of recent Sioux outbreak ran Into another train, ninn...

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General Information. POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

funeral Information. POST OFFICE HEQULATTONS. NuwspApeiib. — Jasmaman newspapers go free within tho oolony, or to any Australian colony and Now Zealand, If posted within Huven days after publication j over soven ilny», hnlf-ponny caoli, Tasmania)! news papers for plnccs outsido tho colonies, half iienny each ; re-posted intercolonial or orclgn nowspapors, half-penny each ; bulk parcels of nowspapers posted by any publisher or nowsvendor, ./I per lb. 1'osTOAitDS to any of tho Australasian nnintifaa. II mirt), * t-n nfmtl-.tiflttnln .19. nan Postage Fees. — Letters and packots must bo prepaid by stamps) thos6 to bo left t|U called for, or for dollvory within tho saino town, must bear a penny stamp for ovory lialE-ounco ; inland and intercolonial letters, ,/2 for ovory half -ounce s lottors for United Kingdom, for ovory half-ounoo, ./2{ by nny route j paoketB ocontnlnlng gold, ,/2 por eimco. llo-dlreoted Corrospondonco. — Inlnnd lutter, ,/2 each j Intercolonial letters ,/2 per lialf ou...

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THE M'KINLAY TARIFF [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

THE M'KINLAY TARIFF. The dcoislon of the test onso brought by a number of couimcrcinl nion iu ' Boston ngnlust the legality of tlio M'Kinlny Tariff Bill, liitro been given iu favour of tlio bill, lilts ciuiBOil general comment upon the mutter, It is stated Unit nu nppcnl will be Wade to the Supremo Court of the United Stales. ..

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

JIISCKLLANKOUH, ? SIlliiHfS of tho .Supremo Court in its Simill Debts jurisdiction, for cases up to £100, will be held nt Iturnlu on January 2-1, April 18, August 8, October 21 1 at Ulvorstono on January 21), April 17, August 7, October 21), Kangaroo hunting begins March III, ends July HI. Opossum hunting begins May 1, cmls July HI. Wild dtiok, teal, widgeon, plover, omu, black swan, ground dovo, and Capo Barren gooso shootlngbegliiB January *-l w--i ??- ?* mij im tiiim auuuiJiiig Muslim May 1, ends July 110. Wattlo-blrd shooting boplns May 21, ends July 111, English porch fishing boghm January 1, onds August III. Salmon and trout fishing begins .September 1, onds April 80. Oystor fishing begins March 1, onds Ootobor 111. Oysters must not bo takon loss than 2m. in thoir smnllost diameter, under a penalty liotoxcocdlng £10. It is unlawful to take flounders less than Din. in longlli, or crayfish loss than loin, long, or female fish baring spawn. Fresh wator liiullot and silver bream m...

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CONVEYANCES [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

CONVEYANCES i. lie man cart (talcsng passengers) : loaves Stanley for AVynyard dally at 8 n.m. ; leaving wynyard each day for Stanley at 8 a.m. Fares 12/. Wiseman's coaches leave Wynyard daily for Ulverslone, at 8'!iO a.m., and 8-JIO p.m., caving Dnrnio nt 10 a.m. and 5-30 p.m. Fares— Wynyard to Ulvcrstone, 8/.; Wynyard to Biirnio, !)/. ; Biirnio to Ulverstono, C/. A train leaves llurnlo each day for Waratah at 8 a.m., roturnincr from Waratah at 2 n.m. . Trains leave Dlvoristono for Launceston twice dally nt G'.'iO n.m., and 1-85 p.m. Note, — Coaches nnd Trains do not run on Sundays. Tho T.S.N, Co.'s steamers leavo Biimlo every Wednesday afternoon for Melbourne, caving Melbourne every Saturday for Burnie, and leaving Burnio for Dovonport nud launceston every Sunday morning.

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THE Early Bushrangers Of Tasmania. BRADY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

''''?%? '::'''?. . the ?, !. Early Bushrangers Of Tasmania. [it J1IE8 MXWICK, Anthor or Orography of AnMli h- Hew Zealand,' At., *c] BltABY, This notorious olmractor had the physi cal structure, tho mental onorgy, and1- tho culturo of intolleot whioh omlnoutly Uttod him for a loador. Under othoi1 circum stances, ho might hnvo bocoino a successful. explorer in savago ' lands, a (listingiiwhod warrior, or a prominent chieftain in somo revolutionary Btrugglo. But ho was a convicted felon in Van Diomon's Land Assigned to Mrs. Hansom, of tho Oross nmrsh Inn, ho was osteoiuod as a quiet, sober, industrious sorvant. His counton anco was opon, good-tompcrod, but dotor mined. Tall, robust, nnd handsome, capa ble of tho most witlioring sneer or winning smile, ho was formed by nature for oithor the control of man or tho conquest of woman. Coudomned for some oflbneo to Mao quano naruuur, iiu was nui* Jong cumum* Slating escape. Forming a sccrot assoeia on of desperadoes, ho sought occasion to s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

' Tender*. TO CON'f R A CIOKS, TENDERS aro invited for the Erection of New Promises for tho Bank of Van Diemon's Land Company (Limited), in the towns of Devonport and Burnie. Plans and Specifications may be seen nnd particulars obtained at tho present Branch Offices of tho Company at Lnuuccston, Devonport and Burnie. Scaled Tenders will bo received at my Offices, Hobart, up to noon on SATURDAY, tho 81st inst. Lowest or any tonder not necessnrily to be ncccptcd. R. Flack RioiiAnns, Architect. 14 Elizabeth Street, Hulmrt. GODKIN'S SILVER MINING COUrANV, ' ? NO LIABILITY. TENDER FOR CARTAGE. mENDERS for the cartago of 100 tons of X Oro from the Company's Tramway to Warntah, to be completed before March 81st next, will bo received at tho Company's Office, Franklin Chambers, Hobart, on or before February 4. Tenders may be for 25 tons or upwards nnd must bo endorsed 'Tender for Cartage.' No tender neces sarily ncceptcd. Heshy C. Penn-Smith, Mnnnger. Hobnrt, January 28, 1891. .jLIIMINUmCll...

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1801. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

Published livery Wednesday and Saturday. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1S01. Ix another column n correspondent, ' Vin dex,' in referring to the wonderful and rapid advancement which has been made nt Zeehnn, considers that tho time has arrived for the residents of the N. W. Const to agitate for tho purchase of tho Emu Bay nnd Mount Bisohoil Railway by tho Government and its extension to Zeehnn. A great deal has already been done in this direction, or ns to railway extension from Wnrntnh, but w» think still more might be done. As the time approaches for tho route for a rnilwny to bo decided upon there Is sure to ho strong nnd it would certainly not be unwise to hold meetings from time to time along the const to hnvo the question thoroughly discussed nnd n unanimous line of notion arranged when tho proper time arrives. Wo have on several previous occasions clearly shown the vast ' superiority in every respect of the Wnratnli.&eiinti route over -the other two proposed, mid contended thn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

Burnie Racing Cdub.— A meeting of tho Burnio llncing Club wns held nt FnVrell'M Hotel last night. Thero was a lnrgo nttendnnco of members nnd Mr. J. W. Norton-Smith occupied the chair. It wns decided to hold tho annual raco mooting on on Tuesday. March 24. Tho following nroRrnmino of six events wns decided upon : Handicap Hurdles, of 40sovs., about 2 miles ; Two-Yenr-Old Stakes, of £15,1! furlongs; Biirnio Handicap, of £«0, \\ miles ; Maiden Plnto,£15, 1 mlln, weight for ago j living Handicap, of £25, 0 furlongs s Hnck Rnco, about 1 mile, post entry. Various other mnttors in connection with tho races were arranged nnd tlio meeting adjourned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

HllNlllUNN It'otlCe*. MAGIC SOAP MAGIC SOAP Muji'ic Soup OTnirie ««»»!» Is tho CHEAPEST nml BEST. MAGIC SOAP Washes White ns Snow. J[AGIO SOAP Olonns Clothes Without Rubbing. MAGIC SOAP Docs Not Tnjura tho IlnmlB. ?'. MAGIC SOAP To bo Procured from nil Grocers. Magic Soap. 9IAGIC SOAP. MAGIC SOAP. R. MILLER and Co., Manufacturers, LAUNCESTON mid HODART. Fred Steven, Carpenter and Builder, PENGUIN, All kiiulB o£ Joinery niul Cnbiuet work done. Estimates Given. Furniture, Bedsteads, Bedding. BUY DIKEOT of tho MANUFACTURERS W. COOGAN & CO., BRISBANE STREET, LAUNCESTON. HOIIMCH X'lIl'lllSilCrt Xliroug'hoiit. EASY TERMS. EASY TERMS. Furniture Rcpnired, Re-upholstered, mid Re polished. ? Mattmsses re-inndo. Wardrobes, Bookcases, Chests Drawers, Duchease Tables, Sideboards, Dining Tables, Hall Stands and Chairs, Couches, Sofas, Leather Suites. Dressers, Sofns, Cano Chairs, Bed-' f steads and Bedding. Wo arotho Cheapest House in Tasmania. Drawingroom Suites . ... ... £10 0 0 ^ Dinin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 January 1891

Births, Marriages, Deaths. DEATH. Cole — On Tuesday last at Jancourt, near Camperdown, Victoria, Robert Nelson Cole (father of Mr. D. A. Cole, Wynyard,) in his 71st year.

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MAIL NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 February 1891

MAIL NOTICES Mails eloso at Burnio for Launccston, at '.US a.m., and 5 p.m.; for Wnmtah, once ally, at 7-15 a.m.; for Wynyurd, twice daily, at 8-80 p.m., aud 8 p.m. ; for Stanley ouco daily, at 8 p.m. Mails close at Wynyard for Buriiio, Luimceston, llobart, and inter vening places, twice daily, at 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. ; for Stanley once dnlly nt 8 p.m. Mails close at Stanley for Wynyard, Biimic, Launceston, and Hobart, once dully, nt 7 a.m. Mails close at Wunilah for Burulc, once «ily, at 1*15 p.m. ; for Zuclmn, DuuUas, aud iilaocs rii mule, tlirlco weakly, TiiumIii,1 k, Thiii-HilRj'H, nml Saturdays at 14 Thu mall for llobart uIomin nt Durnfu nt U'-in a.m. dully,

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General Information. POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 February 1891

-fncn«ral Sitfoi'iaiutiun. POST OKl'lOH RKOULATIONS. NinvBi'Apjjns, — Tiisrannlim nown|).iper/i go froo within tho colony, or to any Australian' colony anil Now Zealand, If posted within Huvon days attor publication ; over seven days, half-penny each, Tusmauliin news papers for places outside tho colonies, half penny caoii ; ro-postcn intercolonial or: foreign. nowspapui's, half-penny each | bulk pnrcols of nowspnporH pouted by any publisher or nowsvendor, ,|1 por lb. I'OSTOAUDS to any o£ tho Australasian colonies, ./I enoli ; to Qrcatllrittalu ,/2 oach, 1'ostaok ; Fisiss. — Lottors nuil paokots must bo picpafd by Rtanips | thoso to bo left till called for, or for dollvory wHhlnlho same (own, must hour n ? penny stamp for ovory half-ounce ; inland nud intercolonial lottors, ./2 for ovory lmlf-oimcoj letters for United Kingdom, for ovory half-ounce, ,|2,J by any routo ; pnekcts ocoiitniuing gold, ./2 per ouneo. Itc-d I reeled Correspondence.— I nland latter, ,/2 each; Intercolonial l...

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THE Early Bushrangers Of Tasmania. BRADY (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 February 1891

. . ? ' the Eai'ly BuhI ivan govo Of Tasmania. City JAJIKS IIOXWICK, Anllior of «(i-sra|iliy of - Austmllii nml h\\ Zoiiliiiul,' &c, iVt.J liUADY (CosTisujsDO Aftor.Jhq . cxcoulluii of Goodwin, tho wholo party ontorod a. boat which they had stolon, and sailed tliruo tilnca riniiiil thu (limy. A dlsciiKsion dirtied as to tho pin jirioty .of, an- iininoiliatu cuptiiio. lliwjy was in fiivnr n( t.hu huIiuhio : hut lie fcuiil to tho otliors— . ' Ocoido among yourselves j lot not my voico avail you anything.' Snmo argued that boing bo-, near Latin ccstoii, they woru lialilo. topurxiiit and cii[)Uue, without tho ohanco of doubling on their foes in tho iiitricacictj of tho bush. The wiiid \v'ii« foul, whioli also diminished tliuir chances of bscapu j thoy, tliorufuro. decided u]iou another bush campaign, and lauded again. CiiUiujj thoir carrier, 'Watson, they bade him go to LaiiniTNlnn with tho biudi rangera' compliments to tho cpnimau-laiit and utata. their inteiitiou to do two thi...

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